Food & Drink

Dining in Nevada is definitely a world within. As you plan your culinary tour of Nevada, you'll be amazed at the range of cuisines that make us so unique. From Basque to burgers, and Picon to pale ale, visitors will find a world of delicious options.

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Discover & Do

Exterior of Gardnerville's JT Basque
Gardnerville, NV

J.T .Basque Bar & Dining Room in downtown Gardnerville is a Carson Valley icon serving traditional Basque family style meals.

PInches Tacos
Las Vegas, NV

Located in Las Vegas’ Downtown Container Park, Pinche Tacos never falls short of delivering its promise of ‘Real Mexican Food by Real Mexicans.’ Their mission is simple: providing their clientele with ‘the best taco experience by using high quality meats and seafood, fresh garden vegetables, hand made tortillas and big quality artisan breads.’ Being a family owned joint, founder Miguel Anaya always has, and continues to select their wide variety of fresh ingredients on a daily basis. 

Star neon at night
Elko, NV

The Star Hotel is most certainly one of the best Basque dining options in the state, and has been for over 100 years. As a longtime dream of creating a comfortable home away from home for Basque sheepherders, owner Pete Jauregui saw his idea come to fruition when opening for business in December of 1910. Offering camaraderie and the amenities of home, The Star became wildly successful in the first few years and nearly doubled in size [to its present day square footage.

Patrons enjoy a variety of meats served tableside
Las Vegas, NV
$$$

A must-try fine dining experience that will leave you breathless (and stuffed)

Entrance to Las Vegas Distillery
Henderson, NV

While Las Vegas certainly has a well-established reputation of being Sin City, it may come as a surprise to many that there there was not one distillery in State wide that was open for business a few years ago. That is, until 2011 when George Racz that is, decided this needed to change. As a first generation American Hungarian family from Transylvania, George had the true American dream which is what helped propel the tremendous success of the largest distillery in the Silver State today.